Higher education in the 21st Century has become increasingly aware of the need to foster student character and moral development. To achieve this goal, many institutions, especially those from faith-based traditions, have included a spiritual domain as part of academic mission. To succeed, faculty must also philosophically agree on how particular faith beliefs are pedagogically embedded. This study incorporated a case study design to explore how faculty at one Catholic institution of higher education described their responsibility to foster Ignatian spirituality. Interviews were conducted with Jesuit, Catholic, and non-Catholic faculty, in addition to a college President. Five documents were also analyzed including course syllabi, two sources on Ignatian spirituality and Catholic teaching, and a Presidential inaugural address. Insights from this study will be of interest to faculty and administrators in higher education who desire to specifically integrate faith-based traditions as part of student learning and development.